It’s the 3rd Tuesday, and time to offer writing opportunities, collected just for you!
Be sure to follow all guidelines carefully and then let us know if it leads to success. We’d love to celebrate with you!
1.Â Writer Beware Blog, a publishing industry watchdog group, is looking for guest bloggers. Check out the Writer Beware Guest Blogger Guidelines here.
2.Â Back to College is a news and information resource for adult re-entry students pursuing professional development or an advanced degree.
3.Â The Atlanta Tribune Magazine–Black Atlanta’s No. 1 resource for information on business and the business lifestyle. Atlanta Tribune’s writer’s guidelines here.
4.Â Diabetes Self-Management–Brings you the information you need to control your diabetes and improve your health. Diabetes Self-Management writer’s guidelines here.
5.Â HILLERMAN MYSTERY SHORT STORY CONTEST--Submission deadline June 1, 2015. Sponsored by St. Martin’s Press and WORDHARVEST, the Tony Hillerman Prize is awarded annually for the best first mystery set in the Southwest.
6.Â Greeting Card guidelines:
7.Â ADOPTIVE FAMILIES–Adoptive Families is the leading information resource for families before, during, and after adoption. The award-winning national bimonthly magazine provides independent, authoritative adoption information in an accessible and reader-friendly format. Adoptive Families Writer’s Guidelines here.
8.Â EARLY AMERICAN LIFE–Since 1970 Early American Life has been the source for information on early American style, decorating, and traditions. In addition, we cover both antiques and reproductions made by crafters working in period styles with traditional tools. We do it with our own style–we aim to entertain as well as educate. We also feature stories on gardening with a focus on early America. A one-page story in Early American Life, such as Worth Seeing, runs about 750 words. A typical feature may run 2,500 words. We would estimate $500 for a first feature from a new writer, more if you are an experienced, skillful writer. If we assign a story to you, we will negotiate the rate before you begin work.
9.Â Catholic Digest writer’s guidelines
10. GEMINI FLASH FICTION CONTEST–Deadline March 31, 2015. ENTRY FEE $5. Grand prize: $1,000. Both new and established writers are welcome.
11. Writer’s Digest Writing Competitions
12. Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference and BelieversTrust Announce “Beyond the Steeple Award”
Next up: Conferences to help you grow as a writer and/or speaker
1.Â Weekend with the Writers: March 20-21, 2015, Greenville, SC
2.Â Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference: March 25-31, 2015, Felton, CA
3.Â Write2Ignite Conference for Writers of Childrenâ€™s Literature: March 27-28, 2015, Tigerville, SC
4.Â Orange County Christian Writers Conference:Â April 24-25, 2015, Santa Ana, CA
5.Â Writing Success XXIV: April 25, 2015, Stoneboro, PA
6.Â Colorado Christian Writers Conference: May 13-16, 2015, Estes Park, CO
7.Â Northwest Christian Writers Renewal: May 15-16, 2015, Redmond, WA
8.Â Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference: May 17-21, 2015, Ridgecrest, NC (I’ll be there and would love to see you there!)
9.Â Write To Publish: June 3-6, 2015, Wheaton, IL
10. West Virginia Writers Conference: June 12-14, 2015, Ripley, WV
11. St. David’s Christian Writers’ Conference: June 24-28, 2015, Grove City, PA
12. Kentucky Christian Writers Conference: June 25-27, 2015, Elizabethtown, KY
13. Greater Philly Christian Writers Conference: July 29-August 1, 2015, Langhorne, PA
14. Atlanta’s Christian Writing Conference: August 20-22, 2015, Marietta, GA
15. Christian Communicators Conference: Registration opened March 1st and we only have two spots left! Scholarships available, deadline April 1. (I would love to see you there!)
16. American Christian Fiction Writers Conference: September 17-20, 2015, Dallas, TX
17. Breathe Christian Writers Conference: October 9-10, 2015, Grand Rapids, MI
According to Random.org, the winner is…
Congratulations, Tammy. All you need to do it contact me with your snail mail address and Donn will send his book right out to you!
And for those who didn’t win, here’s a direct Amazon link to Donn Taylor’s Lightning on a Quiet Night.
Well, I think that does it for another episode of Writing Opps, Contests, and Conferences. I hope it helps you find success on your writing and speaking journey!
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